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August 21, 2014 at 2:05 am Quote #38258

single-8
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radikal: Link sends us to an error page ……

http://we.tl/9lI75PK7nK

this one worked. I forgot to say:
Alvin Lee & Ten Years Later
Head East
Climax Blues Band
Derringer
VanHalen

08/06/1978 Oklahoma County Fairgrounds, Oklahoma City…


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August 21, 2014 at 2:13 am Quote #38264

radikal
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Thank You!! Little Dreamer sounds awesome!! Cool samples :-)


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August 21, 2014 at 11:07 am Quote #38268

voodoo
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Good stuff! Looking forward to hearing it all! Funny I just transferred this from my cassette a couple weeks ago. Now I can throw that out, too.


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August 21, 2014 at 6:30 pm Quote #38280

single-8
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radikal: Thank You!! Little Dreamer sounds awesome!!Cool samples :-)

Here’s a Link To Derringer 08/06/78 or as I call this show “VanDerringer” OKIE JAM
http://we.tl/gn5R9Pceew


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August 21, 2014 at 10:55 pm Quote #38287

mrmojohalen
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Nice samples ! Cool to hear the other artists that were there as well. 8)


When you turn on your stereo, does it return the favor?


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August 22, 2014 at 11:31 am Quote #38299

single-8
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mrmojohalen: Nice samples ! Cool to hear the other artists that were there as well. 8)

David Lee Roth 06/27/2002 Selland Arena.Fresno,Ca
http://we.tl/gTH4gyPJNt


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August 22, 2014 at 11:42 am Quote #38300

ron
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single-8: David Lee Roth 06/27/2002Selland Arena.Fresno,Ca

What are your thoughts on lossy vs. lossless recordings?


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August 22, 2014 at 1:17 pm Quote #38304

single-8
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ron: What are your thoughts on lossy vs. lossless recordings?

I’m not sure what file types or transfers you are talking about,..?? need more info


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August 22, 2014 at 1:27 pm Quote #38305

voodoo
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single-8: I’m not sure what file types or transfers you are talking about,..?? need more info

I think he’s referring to the fact that you shared the files in lossy format (mp4, mp3, wmv, etc) vs. lossless (WAV / FLAC). Most traders and collectors only want lossless versions of shows.


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August 22, 2014 at 1:54 pm Quote #38306

ron
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single-8: I’m not sure what file types or transfers you are talking about,..?? need more info

Voo is correct. I noted that what you have shared so far as been in a lossy format. I am wondering if that is your preferred method for sharing these recordings?

I’m aware that many people prefer lossy versions for personal listening, etc… and that’s fine. I have an MP3 player too. :)


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August 22, 2014 at 1:59 pm Quote #38307

radikal
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ron: Voo is correct.I noted that what you have shared so far as been in a lossy format.I am wondering if that is your preferred method for sharing these recordings?

I’m aware that many people prefer lossy versions for personal listening, etc… and that’s fine.I have an MP3 player too. :)


I presume S8S for sampling purposes uses these formats as they are smaller files to sample and share ..


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August 22, 2014 at 2:05 pm Quote #38308

radikal
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Lossless vs. Lossy Formats
We call RAW a “lossless” format because it preserves all of the file’s original data, while we call JPEG a “lossy” format because some data is lost when we convert an image to JPEG. However, these aren’t the only formats that are lossy and lossless.
Images: RAW, BMP, and PNG are all lossless image formats. JPEG and GIF are lossy image formats.
Audio: WAV, FLAC, and ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Codec, used by iTunes) are all lossless audio formats. MP3, MP4, and OGG are lossy audio formats.
Video: Few lossless video formats are in common consumer use, as they would result in video files taking up a huge amount of space. Common formats like H.264, MKV, and WMV are all lossy. H.264 can provide smaller files with higher qualities than previous generations of video codecs because it has a “smarter” algorithm that’s better at choosing the data to throw out.
Some of these lossless formats also provide compression. For example, a WAV file is a completely uncompressed audio file, and takes up quite a bit of space. FLAC and ALAC are both lossless types of audio files that contain the same data as a WAV file, but they use a form of compression to create smaller files. Formats like FLAC and ALAC don’t throw any data away – they keep all the data and compress it intelligently, like ZIP files do. However, they are still significantly larger in size than MP3 files, which throw much data away.

Please keep in mind you can convert lossless to lossy like WAV to MP3 but you cant do reverse as quality being lossy will not get better :-)


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August 22, 2014 at 2:20 pm Quote #38310

single-8
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I am very familar with Video and Audio file types and I avoid compression usually, but I am basically giving away this stuff. Being mostly un-circulated, and I have no control over what is done with it after I let it out, and having been burned in the past, I am very cautious about what I do with my collection…I have no prob with someone who is a “Collector” but there are people who hide behind that and then it’s just TS…that’s why I have been in the shadows as my good buddy put it…for the last 20 yrs…plus I am cramming my collection on an “iPod.”
S8S


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August 22, 2014 at 2:40 pm Quote #38312

radikal
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single-8: I am basically giving away this stuff.Being mostly un-circulated,


Thx for sharing…..


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August 22, 2014 at 2:50 pm Quote #38313

guitard
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single-8:

I have no control over what is done with it after I let it out
S8S


I think most people who are passionate about recording concerts (audio and video) have dealt with this matter. It took me a while (years), but I finally came to the conclusion that it’s best not to worry about what happens to it after it’s out. Accept that there are people who will do things you don’t appreciate – like selling it or taking all the credit for it – and there isn’t a damn thing you can do about that. But know that the vast majority of people will enjoy it the same way you enjoy it, won’t do anything inappropriate with it, and will be very appreciative of your efforts and generosity.


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